davidl on December 20th, 2011

Those who can, do.  Those who can not, protest.  Ace digs up this gem: Analysis of OWS Psychological Types Shows Rank and File To Be Lost Souls Looking To Lose Themselves In Something Bigger, and “Leadership” Animated By Need For Validation and Control This is probably not surprising to you, so much as it is […]

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Eric Florack on December 10th, 2011

I have for a long time found Ann Coulter fascinating. Occasionally wrong, mostly correct.  I have several of her books on my shelves here.  I even carry one in the truck that I haven’t finished reading.  That said, it fascinates me that  Coulter who had nothing but derision for John McCain, thinks that Mitt Romney […]

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Oslo, from Steven Erlanger,  New York Slimes: OSLO — The Norwegian police on Saturday charged a man they identified as a right-wing fundamentalist Christian in connection with the bombing of a government building in central Oslo and a shooting attack on a nearby island that together killed at least 92 people. reax, John Hinderaker, Powerline: […]

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Eric Florack on January 14th, 2011

As I type this, I’m in the sleeper of my truck. I have the net connectivity working, and so will now start being active on the blog again.

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davidl on December 8th, 2010

Elizabeth Edwards, Raleigh News Observer: Elizabeth Anania Edwards, who became a national figure in her fight against cancer and as a partner in her husband John’s political career, died today. She was 61. Ulysses S. Grant, Cold Harbor, Virginia, 1864: “I will fight it on this line if it takes all summer.” Reference. Barack H […]

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davidl on September 23rd, 2010

It hard for Dumbo so see with his head stuck up his ass. Franklin D.Roosevelt did say: “Yesterday, December Seventh, was a day which will live in infamy.” President Barack Hussein Obama might have  said if here was president in 1941: “Yesterday, December Seventh, was a day which made us collectively stronger. From the Washington […]

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Eric Florack on August 26th, 2010

Some accumulated notes The more I drive the more I’m firmly convinced most people shouldn’t. The first point includes, I’m afraid, the police.  I have observed on several occasions now, a cop winding up their full sized car to 30  and 40 mph over the limit. Sometimes, they’re actually in pursuit of someone driving 10mph […]

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Phishing, unfortunately, is a common hacker tactic on the Internet, and Facebook has been a victim of this type of attack using bogus “friend” requests sent via e-mail for some time now. I suppose, due to the increasing popularity of LinkedIn (there are now more than 75,000,000 business professionals), LinkedIn has now been targeted too! […]

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If you’re heading to the Taste of Cincinnati this weekend, check out the mobile web site we built for the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber. http://m.tasteofcincinnati.com You can access it from your phone to save time. Use it to: – Search the menu and quickly find your favorite food vendors – Find your favorite entertainment by […]

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on January 15th, 2010

Editor’s note: It’s with pleasure that I introduce to you an old friend of mine… and a new author here at BitsBlog… Maribeth Achim. Maribeth has always been a creative sort, and so when I told her about this website and explained it’s thrust… that I consider that our politics should be reflective of our […]

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